The 4th of July And American Revolution printables and activities on the site can be used for so many different USA themed holidays. A love of these could be done for flag day, Memorial Day and more.
The Fourth of July is a great holiday during the summer and kids love to have variety. Plus there is great history in the American Revolution. I’ve got a few printables that work around those themes and great hands-on and crafts for kids.
As more is added on the site it will be added here.
4th of July & American Revolution Printables:
There are several different types of printables in this set. You are going to find themed packs, numbers, easy reader books and more. It covers a lot of history and 4th of July themes.
The 4th of July pack great learning about about a lot of the American Symbols and what they are. This pack is over 75 pages long. It was made to go with this book: America the Beautiful: Together We Stand
The American Revolutionary War Pack is over 110 pages long and has great information for learning about the war for all ages. It is good for ages 2 to 8 or 9. There are several books it was made to go with: Let It Begin Here!: Lexington & Concord: First Battles of the American Revolution, George vs. George: The American Revolution As Seen from Both Sides, The Battles of Lexington and Concord (The American Revolution), American Revolution from A to Z, The and Paul Revere’s Ride.
Learn To Ready & ABC Printables
The USA Symbols ABC Themed Easy Reader Book is a great way to explore symbols of America.
Numbers & Math Printables
The Hands-On Fourth of July Ten Frame Cards is a great hands-on way to work on different numbers from 1 to 10.
A afun way to work on numbers with the USA Theme Number Color & Trace set. This has numbers 0 to 20.
4th of July Placemats a great for the 4th of July, Flag Day and Memorial Day.
4th of July Dot Marker Set is available that FreeHomeschoolDeals.com. This was one of my monthly contributor printable posts.
Here are some other 4th of July Printables:
- Over the Big Moon – 4th of July PreK Pack
- 4th of Gift of Curiosity – July Printable Pack
- Free Flag Day Math Games PDF
- Oopsey Daisy – U is for USA Mommy School
- 1+1+1=1 – Independence Day
- A Teaching Mommyies 4th of July
- Tot Schooling: American Flag Playdough Mat
4th of July & American Revolution Crafts & Activities
There are so many different and fun craft and activities you can do. We have done a few over the years. You are going to find painting, crafts and sensory bins that we have done. Each of them has been loads of fun.
Arts & Crafts
This Q-Tip American Flag is a great fine motor activity. It could also be done with just paints.
The Yarn American Flag is another fun activity to develop fine motor skills and learn about the flag. This is also good for recognizing patterns.
Stamping Stars and Flags is a fun stamping activity uses flags and stars to stamp the United States Flag Colors.
Stars & Flag Watercolor Painting is a fun painting activity for the holiday with cookie cutters!
The tissue paper lanterns are fun craft to make for Paul Revere’s ride.
Cotton Ball Wigs are a great thing to make for Presidents Day or a revolutionary carft.
Making Penny Rubbings is a great President days activity.
This star craft is lots of fun and great for doing some fine motor development.
Star Sensory Bin
This is a fun star themed sensory bin that is great for the 4th of July!
This American Revolution Sensory Bin has some fun interaction with the revolutionary way. It is a good way to look at the soldiers and the different types of positions they had.
Here are some other 4th of July or Revolutionary War Crafts:
- Mini Monets and Mommies: Fourth of July American Flag Print Craft
- Toddler Approved: Stringing Stars
- JDaniel4’s Mom: American Flag Craft for Kids
- JDaniel4’s Mom: 25 Patriotic Activities for Kids
- Crystal & Co.: 12 Flag Crafts
- Frogs, Snails and Puppy Dog Tails: Toilet Paper Roll Firework Paintings
- B-Inspired Mama – Flag Craft: Patriotic Hand Print
- Little Bins for Little Hands: 12 Patriotic Sensory Play Ideas For Kids
Boston Trip: Tall Ships, Old North Church
This Boston trip covers some of the Red Line trail and the Old North Church where Paul Revere saw the lanterns.
Minute Man National Historic Park Trip Review
The Minute Man National Historic Park is a great look at the battle road in Concord and Lexington.
I hope that you enjoy this collection of activities and ideas.
Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com